It’s been a long, long wait for the sequel of Zombieland. Almost ten years in the making, we finally have a trailer for the forthcoming film, Zombieland: Double Tap.
And it does not disappoint.
Originally expected to hit theaters Oct. 11, Zombieland: Double Tap will now make its debut Oct. 18.
Back in January, we got our first poster for the film along with the confirmation of a title. The poster features the original cast of Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson and Abigail Breslin.
The film will also add new characters played by Thomas Middleditch (Silicon Valley), Zoey Deutch (Flower), Rosario Dawson (Jane the Virgin) and Luke Wilson (Old School).
Eisenberg confirmed that the film will pick up ten years later, with our favorite characters making a home in the abandoned White House.
“It took ten years to make because we were just insistent that the script be great — which sounds like it should be obvious, but that’s not always the case,” Eisenberg explains.
“Because the movie is not only popular but also beloved, people feel like it has some personal resonance for them, so we wanted to make sure that it’s as good or better than the first, and it feels that way! We have two weeks left and it feels really great. Everything we’ve done feels very funny.”
Now, after what has felt like an eternity of waiting, we finally have an official trailer for the film.
It looks like our makeshift family will have to “nut up or shut up” as they suffer through growing pains and meet even more survivors.
Check it out below!
Zombieland: Double Tap hits theaters Oct. 18. Read the synopsis for the upcoming zombie flick below:
“Through comic mayhem that stretches from the White House and through the heartland, the Zombie slayers must face off against many new kinds of zombies that have evolved since the first movie, as well as some new human survivors. But most of all, they have to face the growing pains of their own snarky, makeshift family.”
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